From hikes to wine-tasting, Chile has something for everyone
Culture & Heritage
US$USD$ 1,010 / 4 days
San Pedro de Atacama is an oasis located in the driest desert in the world. It is one of the finest locations in South America for observing the natural flora & fauna, geysers, salt flats/lagoons including a National Flamenco reserve and offers spectacular sunrises, sunsets, and unforgettable night skies. San Pedro respectfully maintains the cultural tradition of the local communities and its indigenous peoples. It is truly a unique destination offering a once in a lifetime experience.
Easter Island is a volcanic island belonging to Chile and located in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. Here, you can explore and enjoy its marvelous natural heritage which offers an array of flora, fauna, landscapes, and morphology created by nature: and a cultural heritage unlike any other in the world. You can explore the archaeological sites containing the famous Moái statues, and learn about an ancient Polynesian culture and its symbols, art, history, legends, ceremonies and much more!
Chilean Patagonia is the southernmost region of the country. Its capital is Punta Arenas and it is noted for its strong sense of tradition and rural customs, which are still observed today. It is home to a variety of ecosystems and mildly cold, rainy weather as well as interesting geomorphology that lends value to its landscapes. Its rich fauna includes the puma, southern Andean deer, chilla fox, guanaco, skunk, Patagonian ferret, and Geoffroy’s cat. If you are lucky, you should be able to spot at least one of these creatures! In terms of vegetation, this is a region with many southern beech forests, xerophytic brush, and Andean desert.